StarHearts, as fans of Josephine Angelini call themselves, will stay up all night reading Dreamless, the second book in the bestselling Starcrossed series. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 9 Up-This paranormal sequel to Dreamless: The Starcrossed Trilogy 2 – Kindle edition by Josephine Angelini . Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Followed by, Dreamless Goddess. Starcrossed is a young adult fantasy romance novel by American author Josephine Angelini.
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Anywho, this book was just fantastic. He’s also kind of hot. Every night she visits is another night that goes by without any success, and it seems that she’ll never get to free the Furies so that the Houses can be at peace with each other. Overall, I adored Dreamless.
I didn’t like at all what he chose to do, and knew there were other ways. Sep 08, Marianna marked it as to-read. The enormous solidarity of the Delos family, their undying love for Helen and the main romance between Helen and Lucas are things I am counting on in the next book. It has been established, hopefully, that I am as big of a Greek mythology fanatic as they come, and I am not the first to say that this book is not for everyone.
There are magical items, new myths to uncover and the Delos’ enemies don’t keep quiet either. I wasn’t looking forward to a long, grueling journey where the heroine would be away from everyone in Nantucket for so long. It is also discovered that a union between Lucas and Helen may initiate a new Trojan War. The writing is phenomenal and all the dialogue between the characters is so funny and flawless!
Also, this whole Helen-and-Lucas are cousins thing has got to stop before I punch someone. I thought a lot about how I was going to address my issues with this book. You mean the replacement Lucas that you instantly fell in love with.
The inaccurate depictions of the myths and the gods and goddesses here bring to mind The Goddess Test and we all know how much I absolute loved that book. The face that launched a thousand ships and all that. But I definitely did not like her woe-is-me-everyone’s-getting-at-me-and-it’s-not-my-fault-blah-blah-blah selfish yet selfless personality.
Dreamless by Josephine Angelini – review
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There wasn’t a whole angelkni else going on, even with the secondary characters, so I just got bored with it. You’re not complaining about them As I said, we’re introduced to a wide range of characters in Dreamless, and they make this book, but Josephine managed to keep it all together and while at times the change in POVs left me a tad confused, the entire novel seemed to flow easily – the POV bit is my own personal preference, but was necessary for the novel.
According to WorldCatthe book is held in libraries as of July I want them to be together!
Dreamless (Starcrossed, #2) by Josephine Angelini
Drwamless captured me, that’s for sure. All the things I found lacking in the Starcrossed is set on the right path in sequel. That last one was just there because it was gross. He’s so brave, and never backs down.
Helen Hamilton, heartbroken and forbidden from being with Lucas must venture to the Underworld during her dreams in order to break the curse that keeps them apart. By night she wanders through Hades, trying to stop the endless cycle of revenge that has cursed her family.
The fact that the plot just didn’t hold my interest was a big part of the issue.
Claire is very intelligent – with an almost extensive knowledge of Greek mythology and history – and hopes angelinni be top of her class and go to Harvard University. Then here’s my biggest problem; the thing that I loved MOST about Starcrossed was the beautiful romance between Lucas and Helen, and I realized early on that their relationship of any capacity was just absent here. Schade eigentlich, denn der Plot an sich ist durchaus ansprechend und mit recht logischen Ideen ausgedacht.